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The words you don't want to hear when you've booked a tour “Sorry we are going to have to cancel" spoken by Jason the guide on the day we booked out tour.....Friday the 13th! He spent 45 minutes valiantly trying to fix an engine problem....More
We took the dolphin tour on the bank holiday weekend Sunday. Weather was fine, not too much sun, not very windy and luckily not raining.
At the beginning, Jason explained the chances of seeing dolphins are 50 50. The same information is available on the...More
Took the trip to kinsale from Lapps quay.
Firstly it was a fabulous day, sun shining calm seas and it coincided with cruise liner leaving cobh.
Skipper made the day, not once did we feel he was rushing to get us to kinsale, we followed...More
It takes about 40 minutes to get out of Cork harbour to the place where dolphins are sighted (near Roche's point). Then the tour stays out there for about an hour looking at (or for) dolphins. The trip was almost cancelled due to bad weather...More
My husband, two sons and I booked for the Dolphin tour on the last Sunday in August. We arrived in plenty of time only to realise they booked us for the wrong Sunday! Well we nearly cried, BUT ALAS DONT DESPAIRE AS Sean our skipper...More
Being from Cork and living in Cork you may think this is a touristy thing to do... Absolutely not! Had a fantasatic time and recommend to everyone to experience. Going to go again on the Kinsale trip as it was such fun! Ideal for a...More
I am a local person from Cork city itself. Living in London for the past six years i always return to Cork for my holidays. Having always been fascinated by the size of Cork harbour and the fact that it is entirely under utilised by...More